The H-E-B School of Business and Administration honored 74 students over the weekend at its annual award ceremony combining the Honors Convocation and the induction ceremonies for the Delta Mu Delta and Upsilon Phi Delta honor societies.
Dr. Daniel Dominguez, the founding director of UIW’s Master of Health Administration program, is set to retire after 15 years at the university.
Campus was much smaller when Dr. Michael McGuire arrived at the University of the Incarnate Word in 1987, back when it was known as Incarnate Word College.
Recruiters from 32 San Antonio-area employers attended the event, giving 134 business students a chance to network about job and internship opportunities.
Students in the H-E-B School of Business work with real-world clients as part of the Capstone course.
Senior accounting student Victoria Presas is the 2018 recipient of the H-E-B Scholarship, a $15,000 award given each year by the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation.
Hundreds of students stopped by the Welcome Week Cookout to enjoy free hot dogs, drinks and snacks, and to grab a free HEBSBA T-Shirt. Faculty and students mingled and talked about the upcoming semester.
A team of four UIW students were the first to win the New Venture Challenge as their startup company, Sinzuca Chocolates, took the top spot in the competition’s first year.
The UIW Accounting Society hosted a Professional Development Workshop in the Student Engagement Center with more than 50 students in attendance.
H-E-B School of Business marketing graduate Claudia Zapata is spending her summer interning with the NASCAR Foundation in Daytona, Florida.
A group of students and faculty from the H-E-B School of Business and Administration took time out of their weekend to volunteer at St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home as part of UIW’s Day of Service.
A startup kombucha company claimed the top spot in the latest 2017-2018 Business Plan Competition, hosted by the H-E-B School of Business and Administration.
Hard work and a risk-taking strategy were the keys to victory for Ronald Reagan High School student Diego Castañeda, who won the 2017 Jefferson Bank Investor Challenge hosted by the H-E-B School of Business and Administration.
A senior finance major from Mongolia took first place in the UIW campus-wide StockTrak Investor Challenge, hosted by the H-E-B School of Business and Administration.